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The Details About a Cracked Tooth

Even though tooth enamel is very strong, it can still be fractured. A tooth fracture is also known as a tooth crack, and it can occur when you apply unnatural pressure to the teeth, like when you use your teeth as tools or when you chew on things like ice, pens, and pencils. When your tooth is cracked, it’s important... read more »

A Dental Bridge Can Replace a Tooth With an Untreated Cavity

A cavity that affects one of your teeth can often start out small. As time goes on, the tooth decay will continue to spread. If you forego professional treatment with Dr. Taylor Goggins, the tooth can become so badly compromised that it severely fractures near the gumline. Dr. Goggins might be able to treat a tooth in this condition by... read more »

Toothache Pain Is Often a Symptom of a Distressed Tooth or a Severe Cavity

Pain within a tooth, severe sensitivity, pressure, or discomfort in your gums can be a serious cause for concern. These classic symptoms of a toothache often indicate that the internal structures of the tooth have been compromised by dental trauma, an untreated cavity, or severe tooth decay. The longer you delay in seeking professional treatment at Dr. Taylor Goggins’s dental... read more »

What Are Your Options for a Cracked Tooth?

At Denver Restorative Dentistry, Dr. Goggins and Dr. Esguerra are happy to help our patients in Broomfield, Colorado with all of their oral care needs. Did you know that tooth enamel is the hardest substance in the body, even harder than the bones? Still, those pearly whites can be injured and sustain cracked or fractured teeth. While you can't always... read more »